Top Attractions For Warragul

Historic Buildings and the Museum - The court house in Smith St, built in 1887, is classified by the National Trust, while the Wesley Uniting Church in Victoria St opened in 1889. The Warragul Historical Museum, containing local history and dairy exhibits, is situated in the old shire hall (1892). Of further historical interest is the Warragul Vintage Craft Park in Copelands Road which contains functioning examples of old farm equipment, a miniature steam train which carries visitors through the park and gardens, as well as barbecue and picnic facilities. Entrance is free and there is a playground for children.


Address: Wilsons Promontory, Victoria 3960, Australia
Wilsons Prom

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Affectionately known to Victorians as 'the Prom', Wilsons Promontory is the southernmost point of the Australian mainland. Its 130 kilometre coastline is framed by granite headlands, mountains, forests and fern gullies. Tidal River, 30 kilometres inside the park boundary, is the focus for tourism and recreation. The park contains the largest coastal wilderness area in Victoria.

Things to Do:

• The drive from Yanakie to Tidal River is very scenic and full of flora and fauna.
• Enjoy the beautiful sandy beach along Tidal River at Norman Bay. This beach is safe for swimming and a delight for children and adults to explore.
• Walk to Squeaky Beach with its pure white quartz sand.
• Walk up Mt Oberon for one of Victoria's best panoramas, and to see how vegetation changes with aspect and altitude.
• Walk the Lilly Pilly Gully Nature Walk to see heathland, eucalypt forest and rainforest.
• Experience some of the park's secrets by taking an overnight hike to one of the 11 outstation campsites (accessible only on foot).
• Spend time in the Information Centre to find out about the many features and stories of the Prom. It has excellent audio-visual presentations as well as informative displays and maps and other publications for sale.
• Explore the northern part of the Prom - an officially designated wilderness.
• Get to know some of the Prom's several hundred bird species, or go looking for koalas, wallabies or wombats.
• Dive or snorkel the underwater world surrounding the Prom. If you're not able to go under water, explore intertidal life in the rockpools formed by granite boulders at many of the beaches.

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Before Traveling be sure to check Park Safety's track closures site.

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Last Updated: Monday 9th May, 2016